Joe's Regime has both surrendered AND "thrown down the gauntlet" in the ongoing debt-limit battle versus Republicans. Here's how:

For months, America's so-called "Commander-in-Chief" has refused to negotiate with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) over raising America's debt "ceiling." Yesterday, Joe reportedly called McCarthy, saying he's finally ready to negotiate.

Also yesterday, Joe's Treasury Secretary announced the drop-dead date for a U.S. default is June 1. That gives both sides just 30 days to reach an agreement. That date is a bit of a surprise because other estimates say the federal government won't run out of money until mid-June or even July.

But hey... bring on the negotiations, right? There's no time like the present to keep the federal government from going even deeper into the red. Although, the Uni-Party doesn't care how much their "America Last" agenda costs. Without a thought, they'll tax and spend "We the People" into economic hardship.

"America First" patriots like you, who believe in life, liberty and limited government, don't want to keep financing bigger and bigger government. That's why Grassfire is empowering you to take action by signing the "Stop The Spending Insanity!" national petition.

Call on Senators to end the federal government's runaway spending AND to defund Joe's "America Last" agenda. Urge them to support the House-passed, debt-limit bill! Click here or on the banner below to sign the "Stop The Spending Insanity!" national petition now:

Last week, McCarthy and the House GOP passed the "Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023" (H.R. 2811) anyway. The debt-limit bill reins in runaway government spending AND defunds key parts of Joe's and the radical, unhinged left's plan to turn America into their false utopia of a socialist, police state. But it also raises the debt-limit by $1.5-TRILLION to avoid a government default and shutdown.

But that's not good enough for Joe. He's insisting on raising America's debt-limit with "no strings attached." He wants to spend, spend, spend without being told no. Do banks automatically increase credit-card limits every time a customer over-spends? Of course not. That's how the real world works, but Joe wants to live in a bizarro world where the rules don't apply to him and the Uni-Party.

The "Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023" is the House Republicans' plan to limit federal spending, save taxpayer dollars, and grow the economy. This important bill does increase America's debt limit for one year by $1.5 TRILLION, but it also saves taxpayers nearly $5 TRILLION over 10 years. Click here to sign now.

Joe's and the RINOs' runaway spending has led to skyrocketing inflation, higher interest rates, rising fuel costs and pushed the U.S. economy to recession! But House Republicans now control the "power of the purse" and have taken an important first step to rein in government spending AND defund Joe's radical, far-left agenda. Click here to tell GOP leaders to "Stop The Spending Insanity!" in our nation's capital.

Thanks, in advance, for taking action today to support America's founding principles of life, liberty and limited government.

The Grassfire Team

P.S. The fight over America's ability to borrow BILLIONS more to pay its bills has been going on for months. Even though the federal government has reached its "debt ceiling" and risks a shutdown June 1, Joe has refused to negotiate with the GOP-controlled House -- until now. It appears passing the "Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023" last week forced him to the bargaining table. Take action to "Stop The Spending Insanity!" by going here:


Joe Biden Caves, Finally Agrees to Meet with Speaker McCarthy to Discuss Debt Limit (The Gateway Pundit)

Janet Yellen warns US will run short of cash June 1 without debt ceiling hike (New York Post)

Kevin McCarthy Shores Up GOP Lines as Debt-Ceiling Battle Looms (The Wall Street Journal)

US House passes debt ceiling bill in tactical victory for Kevin McCarthy (The Guardian)

McCarthy Gets a Debt-Ceiling Win (The Wall Street Journal)

GOP One-Sheet: The Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023 (PDF)

Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023 (Speaker•gov)

Upcoming Congressional Fiscal Policy Deadlines (Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget)

U.S. National Debt Clock: Real Time